Queen Elizabeth II accompanied by grandchildren Princess Charlotte and Prince George of Cambridge visit the Royal London Hospital to pay a visit to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s son
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte left for a private tour of hospital on Monday, two days after George was christened, per BBC News.
She arrived with Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3, their nanny Maria Teresa Turrion Borrallo and a part of Prince William’s security detail. The palace has yet to reveal whether the Queen attended the first christening of the fifth-born son of Kate Middleton and Prince William at St. James’s Palace on Saturday.
Her Royal Highness and the Duke of Edinburgh also visited George in hospital earlier this week, marking the first time she has been seen in public since suffering a mild and fast-acting fall on March 19. Her physicians have reportedly not ruled out the possibility that she may be pregnant at this time. Kensington Palace confirmed that a photo of the Queen was taken by her personal photographer, and published on Twitter.
After meeting with The Duchess of Cambridge and Prince George, HRH The Queen left for a private tour of the Royal London Hospital. pic.twitter.com/YgdFdudmWu — Kensington Palace (@KensingtonRoyal) June 4, 2018
In the Christening service, Kate wore her mother Carole Middleton’s daughter’s veil, and stepped out in a silk gown by Alexander McQueen, another by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. The 86-year-old Queen was not present when Princess Charlotte was baptized in 2015, but attended a sibling’s christening for her daughter. When the Swedish royal family celebrated Princess Estelle of Sweden’s baptism in 2014, the Queen wore a white design coat by Angela Kelly and a tiara by Spencer Hart.
Next, Charlotte is set to join her family to celebrate Prince George’s fourth birthday on June 15, but has had no official public appearances since her birth in 2015.
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